Ecological monitoring and reporting
The implementation of ecological management requires ecological monitoring to measure impacts and assess the success of management measures. Effective ecological monitoring also provides feedback for adaptive management and for meeting internal and regulatory reporting requirements. Infrastructure projects may require long-term ecological monitoring programs for measuring the progress of rehabilitation areas and biodiversity offset habitat. Linear infrastructure projects such as roads and railway lines often require monitoring of the success of measures to facilitate fauna movement, such as fauna underpasses.Working with clients and regulators BAAM seeks to establish the most efficient, cost effective and informative ecological monitoring programs that benefit both the client and environment. Through the expertise of its ecologists, BAAM can design, develop and conduct expert analyses of all aspects of ecological monitoring, and has carried out detailed rehabilitation monitoring as well as monitoring of ecosystems adjacent to infrastructure to measure ecological impact and the effectiveness of mitigation measures.
BAAM owns a variety of specialist survey equipment, and our collection of remote cameras has proved invaluable for monitoring the effectiveness of fauna underpasses. Contact Us today we have the right ecological consultants for your project.
SERVICES WE OFFER IN
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- Commonwealth and State Biodiversity Offsets
- Ecological Constraints Analysis
- Ecological Impact Assessment
- Ecological Legislation and Guidelines
- Ecological Monitoring and Reporting
- Flora and Fauna Management Plans and Programs
- Flora and Fauna Studies
- Protected Plant Survey
- Vegetation Mapping and Habitat Modelling